|Vazir Ibrahim Meru
|Place of birth||Gwadar|
|Country of birth||Pakistan|
|Date of Birth||1901/11/04|
|Date of Death||1982/03/24|
|Place of Death|| Colombo
|Place of longest stay||Gwadar|
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|Full name||Kaisar Bai Remu|
|Full name||Datoo Meru|
|Full name||Samshuddin Meru|
|Full name||Badrudin Meru|
|Full name||Nuruddin Meru|
Ibrahim Datoo Meru was born on November 4, 1901 in Gwadar, where he took his formal education. He resided in Karachi for three years to learn English in St. Patrick School.
He mostly served as a member of Panjibhai Club in Gwadar since 1920, which became the Volunteer Corps, of which he was the Captain.
Soon after the retirement of his father, he was appointed the President of the Gwadar Council (1937- 1946). After the Diamond Jubilee of Imam in 1946, he migrated towards Colombo, where he was appointed as a Kamadia in 1950 with Wazir Mukhi Saboor Chatoor.
He donated a princely amount in building the new Jamatkhana in Colombo.
Varas Ibrahim Datoo was honored with the title of Wazir and died on March 24, 1982 in Colombo.